Sunday, February 22, 2015

Dr. Jack Willke

Dr. Jack Willke, who was often considered the father of the modern-day pro-life movement, has passed away. 
A medical doctor by trade, Willke, along with his late wife Barbara, crisscrossed the nation in the 1960s and 1970s teaching people about the fight for life and helping set up some of the first state and local Right to Life groups combating abortion before and after the infamous Roe v. Wade decision.
Read the whole thing here.

And more here with videos at LifeSiteNews.

Saturday, February 14, 2015

Aborted Fetal Cells and Vaccines

Efficacious Vaccines don't have to be made from aborted fetal cells.
Merck and other pharmaceuticals chose to do so because it's fast and cheap.

Dr. Jay Carpenter explains in here.
Prior to 2009, Merck, the manufacturer of the MMR vaccine used in the U.S. and in many other countries, made available individually separate vaccines for mumps and measles that were derived from the ethically acceptable sources as described. In 2009, they stopped making these vaccines available, despite reassurances to the contrary. Since then, Merck has refused to license these vaccines to other companies who were interested in making them available to the public
 And Dr. Theresa Deisher talks about moral vaccine development here.

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Ideological Colonialism is Very Real, 100%

Archbishop Charles Palmer-Buckle of Accra, Ghana talking about Ideological Colonialism (the blackmailing of Catholic medical institutions by the UN, NGOs, and World Bank, because they refuse to preform abortions or endorse contraception).
On other matters, Palmer-Buckle affirmed that what Pope Francis recently described as “ideological colonialism,” meaning efforts by non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and international agencies to force the developing world to adopt a liberal sexual ethic on matters such as abortion and contraception, is not just a hypothesis. 
“It’s very real, 100 percent. The pressure is definitely there,” he said. “It’s coming from the World Bank, the [International Monetary Fund], the [United Nations] Population Fund … all of them come with these ideologies.” 
“It’s so secular, it’s almost anti-religious, and it’s espoused by all these agencies and NGOs,” he said. 
Palmer-Buckle said that when he led Ghana’s smaller Koforidua diocese in the 1990s, he was responsible for four hospitals and 11 clinics, with a client base that was 85 percent non-Catholic and concentrated among the country’s poorest and most rural people. Yet he couldn’t get UN support, he said, because his facilities didn’t distribute contraception or offer abortion. 
“I couldn’t get money to take care of malaria because we didn’t have the right positions on gender and so on,” he said.
Read the whole thing at Crux.

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Same-Sex Marriage the Sexual Liberation Gateway Drug


A must read by Stella Morabito over at the Federalist, A Funny Thing Happened On the Way To The Vomitorium: Peeling back all kinds of sexual taboos...



The world has gone mad today
And good's bad today,
And black's white today,
And day's night today,


Anything Goes sung by Cole Porter

Friday, February 6, 2015

Monday, February 2, 2015

Smart Kids, the Pro-Life Generation

The Pro-Life Millennials aren't razzle-dazzled by Big Pharma and the Culture of Death.

1 in 5 millennials thinks vaccines cause autism:

And Americans ages 18 to 29 are more likely to oppose mandatory childhood vaccinations.

We wonder if it is...

Because they have grown up with Autism in their families and friends?

Because they know that medical malpractice can be covered up by medical kidnap?

Because they have seen Gardasil maim and kill?

Because they know the Pill is a type 1 Carcinogen?

Because they know the Pill can cause Brain Cancer?

Because they have mothers who have died from Breast Cancer?

Because they suffer from out of control auto-immune diseases?

Can't fool all of the people all of the time and the Millennials are no fools.

Sunday, February 1, 2015

Anxiety, War, and PTSD

Michael J. Totten talking truth about American Sniper. Read the whole thing here. 
No experience produces as much anxiety as going to war, and anxiety changes the brain chemistry—sometimes temporarily, other times indefinitely. When the sympathetic nervous system kicks in, it strips away our ability to think in shades of gray. It’s a survival mechanism that evolved to keep us alive; it’s older and more primitive than human consciousness itself. Complex and slow higher-brain reasoning inhibits the fight-or-flight response necessary in times of imminent danger, so the brain is hard-wired to short-circuit around it.  
As a journalist in various combat zones, sometimes embedded with the U.S. military in Iraq and other times working solo, I’ve spent time in that mindset. It’s not pleasant and it’s not pretty, but there’s nothing immoral about it. Nearly everyone is susceptible to it. Don’t believe me? Try spending a few months being hunted by ISIS in Syria and watch what it does to your mind. A left-liberal friend of mine in the media business who spent years in the Middle East put it to me this way over beers in Beirut: “I get a lot less liberal when people are trying to kill me.”